Darwin  – Kakadu – Litchfield National Parks

Thu 29 May to Wed 04 June 2025 (7 days)
Seniors $4,600 Adults $4,650 (Land Only – Seniors $4,000 Adults $4,050) S/Supp $990
Kakadu is an amazing place, full of delightful surprises. Discover who owns Kakadu, how many crocs live here and how tall the iconic magnetic termite mound can grow! More than 65,000 years – we are the oldest living culture on earth, and this is a great tour to discover that 




Day 1

Fly into Darwin where you are met by your Aussie Redback Tours crew. We take an afternoon tour of the city before check-in at our accommodation and enjoying our first dinner together at the wonderful Darling Sailing Club. (D)


Day 2

Today we explore Darwin. We visit the Darwin Military Museum, stroll through the Darwin Botanic Gardens, and enjoy free time in the city before an afternoon sunset dinner cruise on Darwin Harbour. (B,D)  


Day 3

We travel to Litchfield National Park, a must see if you’re in the Top End.  It’s home to several stunning waterfalls that cascade into crystal clear pools. You can take a plunge at beautiful Wangi falls. We also visit the Magnetic Termite Mounds. These termite mounds are incredible. Built by thousands of termites with a north-south orientation to control the temperature inside the mounds and to minimize exposure to the sun. We spend most of the day exploring the park. Back to Darwin in the afternoon. (B)  


Day 4

On to Kakadu National Park. It is an enormous, biodiverse nature reserve in Australia’s Northern Territory. With terrain encompassing wetlands, rivers and sandstone escarpments, it’s home to some 2,000-plant species and wildlife from saltwater crocodiles and flatback turtles to birds. Aboriginal rock paintings, dating to prehistoric times, can be viewed at sites such as Nourlangie, Nanguluwur and Ubirr, and we will visit some of these places. This will be our home for two nights. (B,D) 


Day 5

Today is all about the park, the largest national park in Australia, covering almost 20,000 square kilometres. That’s nearly half the size of Switzerland! We enjoy a cruise on Yellow Water and will be mesmerised by the crocs, magpie geese, eagles and much more on this beautiful billabong cruise. A spectacular journey through Kakadu’s wetlands. Yellow Water Billabong is at the heart of Kakadu offering a remarkable journey through the region’s wetlands, with its rich wildlife, dramatic scenery, and ever-changing landscape. Later we visit Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre, which is a mix of how the Aboriginals lived and used the land and also how they care for the land. Later we head back to our accommodation. (B) 


Day 6

We travel back to Darwin today, stopping on the way to see various attractions, such as the Bark Hut Inn.  Here is a REAL Aussie roadhouse with walls adorned by crocodiles and buffalo. This is a tourist icon and a must see on the way. We also visit Window on the Wetlands, a great place to stop and view the birdlife from a higher view and also really interesting displays inside to learn about the Wetlands.  This afternoon we will experience jumping crocodiles on a cruise on Adelaide River. Later we continue to Darwin, for our last night in the beautiful top end of Australia. (B,D) 


Day 7

We start the day with a town tour and visit the Darwin military Museum  before being transported to the airport for your flight back to Perth, after a memorable tour of the top end! (B) 

Flights Perth – Darwin – Perth

Litchfield National Park

Magnetic Termite Mounds

Kakadu National Park

Aboriginal Rock Paintings

Nourlangie Rock

Yellow Water

Billabong cruise

Warradjan Cultural Centre

Darwin town tour

Darwin Military Museum

Bark Hut Inn

Hall’s Creek

Jumping Crocodiles cruise

Entry to national parks

Daily breakfasts, four dinners

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